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It is too soon to tell, but 2017 could be an active severe weather year for North Texas.
Temperatures will be cooler Monday before warming back into the 70s Tuesday.
Sustained winds of 20 to 30 mph and wind gusts up to 40 mph can be expected for all of the area today. The wind will quickly drop off this evening and we can look forward to a pleasant Monday.
A strong jet stream over the southern plain will allow for an area of low pressure to strengthen and as the associated cold front moves into North Texas we could see some storms.
Warmer weather for Friday and a bit breezy. Expect a slight chance of storms on Saturday.
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Warmer weather arrives Thursday, with Friday warming up to the mid 70s.
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